He Oranga Hapori: A model for raising Maori ... - Te Puni Kokiri

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He Oranga Hapori: A model for raising Maori ... - Te Puni Kokiri

These tikanga too could be measured using the model that has been developed. He OrangaHapori model has many possible applications, the analysis of iwi wellbeing, businesssustainability, sector activity and even the state of the nation’s economy.The determination of Mäori to survive as a people through the expression of kaupapa underpinsthe design of the He Oranga Hapori model. This makes the model meaningful for Mäoricommunities and, hence is the preferred option over the GDP and GPI models of economicmanagement. The model also allows members of Te Hapori to make significant positivecontributions to the mätauranga continuum and consequently to the survival of Mäori as apeople.REFERENCES & APPENDICESReferences1. Einstein, Ideas and Opinions (1954) p2712. Improvement & Development Agency (I&DEA), Driving Economic Prosperity: Benchmark &diagnostic tool for Local Authorities (2008)3. Improvement & Development Agency (I&DEA), No Council of Despair: Positive localleadership in a recession (2009)4. Public & Corporate Economic Consultants, From Recession to Recovery (2008)5. Durie, Launching Mäori Futures (2003) p146. Royal, Te Ahukaramu, The Woven Universe: Selected Writings of Rev, Mäori Marsden (2003)p177-1787. Winiata W, Perspectives on Partnerships – National Library of New Zealand Treaty ofWaitangi Seminar, Wellington (1999)8. Auckland Regional Council, A Genuine Progress Indicator for the Auckland region, (2009)9. Winiata, Cook & Luke, Iwi Entrepreneurship: an Exploration (2009) p510. Petrie, Hazel ,Chiefs of the Industry (2003) pp12-13 & p17611. Merrill, Chiefs of the Industry (2003) pp402 – 40337

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